Ethiopia has potential to be the top cotton producer in Africa, but struggles with meeting demands. A brief ban on cotton exports adversely affects farmers and the government implements measures to increase production. Haddish Girmay discusses market flexibility.
Kibret Abebe discusses launching the first private ambulance service in Ethiopia, business operations, challenges, and business growth. Abebe is optimistic about the future.
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Ethiopia is trying to become Africa's top cotton producer but has trouble keeping up with demand; hear from the owner of TEBITA Ambulance on why he quit his earlier job as a nurse anesthetist.
Length: 11 minutes
Copyright date: ©2018
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